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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,Evening Sun Staff | December 29, 1990
When Jukebox Live breaks into "Shake, Rattle and Roll" on a boisterous New Year's Eve, the real world fades away. That, in itself, is ample reward for a musician. Take it from Lou Bell, the band's 44-year-old lead singer and keyboard player."Probably to any musician, it's the biggest night of the year. The best night of the year. It's the party time, where people -- no matter what is going on all year -- have a good time," Bell says.It is a New Year's Eve band's solemn responsibility to usher revelers from one year to the next with ritualistic, soul-cleansing abandon.
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By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | January 15, 2013
The death of Aaliyah Boyer, a 10-year-old struck down in Cecil County, and the shooting of Laurie Eberhardt, a grandmother hit by gunfire in Florida, share the same perplexing challenge for prosecutors and investigators. Both were watching fireworks on New Year's Eve when they were hit by apparent celebratory gunfire. And both face long odds of having their shooters brought to justice because of the anonymity of the crime and weak laws against firing guns indiscriminately into the air. If authorities ever find the person who fired the shot that hit Aaliyah, the county's top prosecutor said, a misdemeanor charge might be the most he or she could face.
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October 4, 2011
With New Year's Eve just a month away, we asked our staff about the pros and cons of the night. Here's what they had to say. •••• Best: There's almost always an awesome party to attend. Worst: There's yet another night that Ryan Seacrest is on TV.  Luke Broadwater, reporter, The Baltimore Sun •••• Worst is hats. And drunk people. Best is drunken people in hats.  Anne Tallent, editor,  b •••• Best: Getting to use a new calendar.
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By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | January 3, 2013
Aaliyah Boyer had hoped to watch the New Year's ball drop on TV, but when she learned she had missed the stroke of midnight by 32 seconds, she returned to the front yard with her friends to watch her neighbors light fireworks. Nearby, someone apparently fired a gun into the air to add to the celebration. Amid the jubilation, the 10-year-old fell to the ground, the warmth and color draining from her body after she was hit by a falling bullet. Her family initially thought that she had fainted, but the wound would prove fatal.
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By Scott Calvert and Scott Calvert,scott.calvert@baltsun.com | January 4, 2009
A private chef in Washington had ordered 200 for his "very exclusive" New Year's Eve party. A California transplant living in Baltimore wanted a variety pack of 30 for her own year-end shindig. And a Mexican immigrant, acting out a near-daily ritual, said she'd be buying three of the $1.75 treats, one for now and two for later. It's always tamale time at Michelle's Cafe in Fells Point, but on Wednesday, as throughout this holiday season, the cornmeal concoctions were practically flying out of the steamer.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 12, 2001
In Baltimore City Day care center in home raided after drug sting is closed A day care center in a home raided by police after a drug-sting operation last weekend in Northeast Baltimore has been ordered closed by the Maryland Child Care Administration, state officials said yesterday. Monica's Honey Bears Daycare in the 2800 block of Kentucky Ave. was ordered closed Monday after the agency was notified by police that detectives had seized heroin and cocaine in the living quarters of the home.
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By LAURA CHARLES | December 9, 1990
FORGIVE US, dear friends, if you were one of the many who called while we were away on holiday and left a message on the Eyes line. Seems our answering machine was on the blink, and, alas, your usually wonderful lilting voices somehow came out sounding like -- yikes! -- the spin cycle on our washing machine.Not to worry, though. Now that we're back, feel free to ring us up and give us your titillating news. And don't forget to send us news of your coming parties and fund-raisers for our forthcoming winter-spring social calendar.
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By Mike Giuliano | December 28, 1990
Monday is usually the slowest night of the week, with many bars, clubs and restaurants either nearly deserted or actually closed as people stay home in droves. But with New Year's Eve falling on a Monday this year, the whole town will be jumping.The most popular spot to welcome the new year, our town square if you will, is of course the Inner Harbor. The big news story there Monday night will be the huge octopus covering the side of the National Aquarium. Well, actually that octopus will be one of the many laser images projected onto the Aquarium and the World Trade Center in a high-tech laser and fireworks show celebrating the Aquarium's new Marine Mammal Pavilion.
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By Nick Madigan and Nick Madigan,Sun reporter | January 2, 2008
A 40-year-old Maryland Transportation Authority Police officer was killed on New Year's Eve by a hit-and-run driver in Baltimore, his superior officers said yesterday. The officer, Courtney G. Brooks, a 13-year veteran of the force, was part of a traffic detail near the interchange of Interstates 95 and 395 when he was struck about 11:20 p.m. Monday, said Marcus Brown, chief of the Transportation Authority Police. A city Fire Department ambulance took Brooks to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where he was pronounced dead at 12:29 a.m. yesterday.
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By Greg Barrett and Matthew Dolan and Greg Barrett and Matthew Dolan,SUN STAFF | January 1, 2005
Crowds from Baltimore's Inner Harbor to Annapolis' City Dock embraced the last day of 2004 on foot and bike and with the tops of their convertibles down. Friday's high of 60 was 18 degrees above normal, and even after the sun went down on last year, the high temperature held nearly steady. "When I stepped out of the car it was so warm I felt like it was the prom," said St. Paul's School senior Ali Fine, 17, who wore open-toed shoes to Baltimore's Cheesecake Factory. Her date, Philip Byron, looked ready for their formal spring dance.
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January 2, 2013
A Belcamp teenager died early New Year's Day after being injured in a crash on Bush Chapel Road in Aberdeen shortly before New Year's Eve became 2013, the Harford County Sheriff's Office reported. At 11:21 p.m. Dec. 31, Harford County sheriff's deputies responded to the 300 block of Bush Chapel Road in Aberdeen for a report of a motor vehicle collision with entrapment. The sheriff's office investigation revealed that Austin D. Remines, 17, of the 1200 block of Person Place in Belcamp, was driving a 2008 Suzuki Forenza on Bush Chapel Road near the intersection of Mt. Calvary Church Road.
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January 1, 2013
On a near perfect New Year's Eve night, Havre de Grace welcomed 2013 with its 14th annual Duck Drop and fireworks. With temperatures in the low 30s and nary a breeze to disturb the stillness of the evening, hundreds descended on the area around the Havre de Grace Middle School and countless others watched from vantage points elsewhere in the city in anticipation of the Duck Drop. Sponsored by the Susquehanna Hose Co., whose members in recent years have added the city's holiday defining reverie to its boundless community service, the duck was hoisted atop one of the company's trucks with its apparatus fully extended high above the school grounds.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2012
This year ends with a seasonable day in Baltimore, with a highs in the mid 40s and cloudy skies. Monday is expected to start near freezing, with lows in the lower 30s. Normal temperatures this time of year are a high around 42 and a low around 25. Clouds are expected to move in throughout the day, with southwest winds shifting to westerly winds of about 10-15 mph. With the wind chill, temperatures will feel in the upper 20s in the morning and...
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By Kevin Rector and Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2012
Thousands of people streamed into Baltimore's Inner Harbor on New Year's Eve night to welcome 2013 with a bang of fireworks expected at midnight — a tradition for some and a new experience for others — as police scanned the crowds for threats. Steve and Lori Foster, along with their twin 12-year-old sons, Luke and Dylan, traveled from Newark, Del., for their first New Year's Eve in the city. "Somebody told us they have a really nice event down here, so we decided to come check it out," Steve said.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2012
Although the program's suspension was announced in July, AAA Mid-Atlantic would like to remind Marylanders that the free Tipsy?Taxi! service will not run this New Year's Eve, says Public and Government Affairs Manager Ragina C. Averella. The last Tipsy?Taxi! service provided in Maryland was for July 4 of this year. The service was established in 2006, and it gave free taxi rides during popular holidays known for their partying. Averella says one of the main reasons for the suspension was lack of funding.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2012
I can get pretty sentimental on the last day of the year, and I thought some of you might be the same. So here's a little sentiment for New Year's Eve, courtesy of Johann Strauss' "Die Fledermaus. " There is a wonderful moment in Act 2 when all of the mirth and slapstick of the operetta gives way to something gentle and, I think, quite genuine. This number, "Brüderlein und Schwesterlein," sends a message that boils down to: Let's all promise to get along tomorrow after having so much fun tonight -- a message perfect for a New Year's Eve toast.
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By Staff report | December 26, 1990
Before the kids slide into the post-Christmas blues, check out some activities they can do.Children in kindergarten through eighth grade can exercise away some of that holiday energy at the Longwell Municipal Center, where the Westminster Recreation Department has a Holiday Open Gym.Chose any session from noon to 2 p.m. or 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Friday. Cost is $1 per child per session.The center is on Longwell Avenue. Information: 848-6962.*Pre-teens can skate through holidays at the Carroll County Middle School Recreation Council's Christmas skating party.
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By Phyllis Brill and Phyllis Brill,Evening Sun Staff | December 26, 1991
A SHAKY ECONOMY may have slowed holiday gift buying, but it doesn't appear to have sidetracked many plans for New Year's Eve. Celebrations are in the works all over town -- from a non-alcoholic parties to elegant dining and dancing at the city's pricey hotels.But one doesn't have to spend a fortune to ring in the new year. The annual non-alcoholic extravaganza at the Baltimore Convention Center offers five parties in one for a single ticket price of $10 for adults and $6 for children younger than 13.The entertainment menu includes contemporary jazz from Moon August, comedy from Jeff Charlebois, a cappella sounds from Part Harmony and Top 40 hits from DJ "Dan the Man" Gladding.
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Patrick Maynard and The Baltimore Sun | December 28, 2012
Why is “Trouble Maker,” a K-pop song that's been around for a year, suddenly getting worldwide Twitter love? I blame end-of-year lists and an upcoming awards ceremony. On a less global scale, residents along the East Coast continue to be curious about this weekend's weather, and Maryland residents are getting antsy about whether Congress will manage to avoid the fiscal cliff. Additionally, there's national attention focused on what lawmakers decide to do regarding guns. Finally, a member of Australia's Janoskians has given opinions on his favorite foods.
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By Zach Sparks, The Baltimore Sun | December 20, 2012
New York City Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest More than 35 years of tradition make New Year's Rockin' Eve one of America's most popular festivities. Taylor Swift, Carly Rae Jepsen, Psy and Neon Trees will greet the new year live from Times Square. The West Coast show will feature Justin Bieber, Jason Aldean, Greyson Chance, Ellie Goulding and The Wanted. In remembrance of Dick Clark, who dies this year, Fergie and Jenny McCarthy will host a special two-hour look back at the life of the television personality.
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